Partnerships

Alberta Library Systems

Peace Library System is part of a province-wide network of seven regional and two urban systems. The seven regional systems were created by legal agreements between cooperating municipalities. The intent is to enhance local library services and to cooperate and assist in resource sharing among all libraries in Alberta.

Chinook Arch Regional Library System 
2902 - 7th Avenue North
Lethbridge, AB T1H 5C6
(403) 380 - 1500
www.chinookarch.ca
 
Marigold Library System
710 - 2nd Street
Strathmore, AB T1P 1K4
(403) 934 - 5334
www.marigold.ab.ca
 
Northern Lights Library System
Bag 8
Elk Point, AB T0A 1A0
(780) 724 - 2596
www.nlls.ab.ca
 
Parkland Regional Library
5404 - 56th Avenue
Lacombe, AB T4L 1G1
(403) 782 - 3850
www.prl.ab.ca

Shortgrass Library System
2375 - 10th Avenue SW
Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8G2
(403) 529 -0550
www.shortgrass.ca
 
Yellowhead Regional Library
Box 4270, 433 King Street
Spruce Grove, AB T7X 3B4
(780) 962-2003
www.yrl.ab.ca

The Regional Automation Consortium (TRAC)

TRAC (The Regional Automation Consortium) is a partnership of Marigold Library System, Northern Lights Library System, Peace Library System, Yellowhead Regional Library, and their member libraries. Using TRACpac you can search a combined catalogue of over 170 libraries with holdings of nearly three million books, DVDs and other material.

TRAC also participates in Alberta-wide borrowing through ME Libraries. Patrons registered through ME Libraries may borrow materials from any TRAC library, subject to local policies and lending periods.

Beach Reads

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All TRAC database patron information is stored on servers located in Canada. The information cannot be accessed by law enforcement without a warrant. Your reading history will not be collected unless you activate the Maintain Reading History setting in the Preferences section of your My Account section in TRACpac or at your request to local library staff.

The libraries within TRAC wish to acknowledge Treaty 6, Treaty 7, and Treaty 8 territory, as well as the Métis Nation of Alberta. The TRAC libraries are located on territory that provided a travelling route and home to many Indigenous peoples.